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How do you catalogue/categorize/mark multiple exposure or autobracketed shots in…

How do you catalogue/categorize/mark multiple exposure or autobracketed shots in Lightroom?
For example you have 99 shots of the same frame, but with different lighting and each shot has 3 exposures, and you have to go through all these shots, find you like best and make an HDR

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3 Comments

  1. I will usually out a star next to the ones I'm going to use…if there are multiple batches I want to try, one set will have 1 star, the next set 2 stars etc. So far the only way I've come up with anyway, works better than nothing I reckon LOL

  2. What about making a set or collection? I'm a total newbie to lightroom, but kinda tired of having 60Gb photo collection half of which are copies…
    have to master lightroom=)

  3. Dunno, not tried sets or collections. Usually when I mark the the keepers, I mark ones I don't want as rejected, and then delete all rejected photos, and delete them from disk to try and keep space open. I'm certainly no expert on Lightroom, and have probably only scratched the surface when it comes to using it for organising. Though what I have figured out has been superbly beneficial to my old work flow

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